rbdyck2 at shaw.ca
Wed May 11 23:18:27 CDT 2011
--- Mike pfaiffer wrote:
> I think I saw somewhere where my D-Link 655 supported it.
Here is the manufacturer's sales page for your router. It has an "IPv6
Ready" sticker on the product picture.
As long as your home networking router can handle IPv6 to IPv4 NAT, then you
won't have to buy anything else.
--- Adam Thompson wrote:
> Unfortunately, no-one is willing to be the bad guy in that
> story... Not even a *country* can really pull it off.
If you want government to get involved, it would have to force all router
manufacturers to support IPv6 to IPv4 NAT, and provide firmware updates for
all their products that don't currently do so. They would have to be forced
to provide firmware updates for discontinued products as well; how far back?
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